Matthew Bachman

Matthew Bachman

Student

Overview

I am a graduate student through Duke’s Cognitive Neuroscience Admitting Program and am now affiliated with the Psychology & Neuroscience department. I study how reward-processes interact with and use attentional processes to produce goal-directed behavior. One of my major research goals is to understand how these interactions occur across both vision and audition. Although I am interested in all forms of neuroimaging, I currently am primarily working with electroencephalography (EEG) to study both event-related potentials (ERP) and neural oscillations. I am co-mentored by Dr. Marty Woldorff and Dr. Scott Huettel.

Allan, NP, Judah, MR, Albanese, BJ, Macatee, RJ, Sutton, CA, Bachman, MD, Bernat, EM, and Schmidt, NB. "Gender differences in the relation between the late positive potential in response to anxiety sensitivity images and self-reported anxiety sensitivity." Emotion (Washington, D.C.) 19.1 (February 2019): 70-83. Full Text

Bachman, MD, and Bernat, EM. "Independent contributions of theta and delta time-frequency activity to the visual oddball P3b." International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology 128 (June 2018): 70-80. Full Text

Watts, ATM, Bachman, MD, and Bernat, EM. "Expectancy effects in feedback processing are explained primarily by time-frequency delta not theta." Biological Psychology 129 (October 2017): 242-252. Full Text

Harper, J, Malone, SM, Bachman, MD, and Bernat, EM. "Stimulus sequence context differentially modulates inhibition-related theta and delta band activity in a go/no-go task." Psychophysiology 53.5 (May 2016): 712-722. Full Text